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Latest Blog Posts

Ask the Experts workshop

Ask the Experts

Posted December 10

SER's small business program will be presenting a panel of experts on Saturday, December 14th from 10 am - 12 pm at... Read more...

Business Plans 101

Small Business Plans 101

Posted November 19

Have you started your own business but are missing a structured business plan?  Are you looking for business... Read more...

volunteers more likely to find jobs than non-volunteers

Looking for work? Start volunteering!

Posted June 24

A new study shows that unemployed individuals who volunteer are 27% more likely to find work than those who don't.... Read more...

Success Stories

Cruz R. Hinojosa, Jr.

Cruz R. Hinojosa Jr. is a native Houstonian, but grew up all over the world thanks to his father's 21-year U.S. Air Force Career.

Terry Morales

“As a teen growing up in Houston’s East End, the SER program provided me with one of my first summer jobs. It was an important building block, and paved

Frances C. Dyess

“SER has and always will be a part of my world. Before making the conclusion that a college degree was the best way to get ahead, I attended a SER training class.

Avelia Q.

Avelia Q. came in to SER’s info session to learn about Green Core Construction training and Weatherization in June of 2011.

Angel G.

Angel came to SER in February of 2011 after seeing a flyer at Neighborhood Centers.  He is 20 years old and lives with his parents and two sisters in the Magnolia community.  He comp

Salvador Salinas

Mr. Salinas is a 48 year old, single dad with two kids. He and his family were receiving SNAP E&T benefits. Mr.

Crystal De La Cruz

Ms. De La Cruz came to SER-Jobs for Progress to participate in the Green Construction Information Session on July 13, 2010.

Alonso Q.

Alonso Q., married with children, was a laid-off pipefitter when he came to SER for training.  He was the first to pass the RESNET exam after taking Weatherization and HERS Ra